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votes. and those folks we signed up to vote were black and brown primarily. >> reporter: studies show the hispanic vote agree between 43% from 2000 to 2010. the numbers can't be ignored. republicans acknowledging they need to reach out to latino and african-americans. >> i think that republicans certainly have to address that one way or another. i had dinner with archer davis not long ago who outlined what he thought and his points were very significant. in terms of what blacks and hispanics believe what they want and candidate and so on. i think if republicans don't start listening to that, it's going to be a long time before they wiven. >> reporter: they pin their hopes on marco rubio, and ted cruise of texas. >> given the election results, some conservatives are now saying maybe it is time to embrace comprehensive immigration reform to find a solution to the millions of undocumented immigrants living in united states. >> we'll see if the democrats and the republicans can get it together this time. they've failed in the past. >> now you're hearing a different tune from some republic
brown who's still pretty popular there. >> he is popular. that's a great point. i know he was just defeated, but he is a formidable political talent. i honestly have no idea if that's playing a role in these deliberations. clearly john kerry is qualified to be the secretary of state as well. my best guess is it's exactly what ari was saying which is the president is asking who is most in sync with my foreign policy? ambassador rice is someone who helped form late the obama foreign policy. i think senator kerry would too. democrats are now in a position where we have an embarrassment of riches. i really hope they don't start worrying about this or that political matter. in democrats can't win elections in massachusetts, there's something fundamentally wrong with what we're doing. >> he did win the last time, scott brown. not this time but the time before he won in massachusetts. we got to leave it there. paul, ari, guys thank you. the search is now on the for the country's latest multimillionaire. in the next hour we'll have the latest on where the winning tickets in the power ballo
to be a vote in a special election, scott brown just loss. there's a lot of press going on in addition to the president having to make a tough policy choice. >> thank you very much. john king reporting. republicans on capitol hill keep asking the president to show them where he wants to cut not just who he wants to tax. joining us now is the number three man in the senate republican leadership, senator john thune of south dakota. senator, thanks very much for coming in. >> good afternoon, wolf. >> before i get to the fiscal cliff and the taxes, spending cuts, are you ready to make an announcement on how you would vote as far as confirmation of susan rice is concerned if the president nominated her to be secretary of state? >> i'm not ready to make that determination right now. but i do think that her meetings up here have raised lots of questions. and there are more reservations about her now than there were before. and that's a problem for her at least with republicans here in the senate. whether or not she could get confirmed, i don't know. but i think she would have a considerable a
that the president only won by about 50,000 votes. and those folks who we signed up were black and they were brown primarily. >> census figures show the hispanic population grew by 43% between 2000 and 2010. caucasians grew by only 5.7% during the same period. those numbers can't be ignored. republicans acknowledging that they need to reach out to latino and african-americans including people like the former congressman from alabama artur davis. >> i had dinner with artur davis not along ago to outline what he thought and his points were very significant. things that republicans needs to listen to in terms of what blacks and hispanics believe or what they want in candidates and so on. i think if republicans don't start listening to that, it's going to be a long time before they win. >> they're pitting their hopes on the younger up and coming stars of the gop, senator marco rubio of florida, governor bobby jindal of louisiana and newly-elected senator ted cruz of texas. and one issue expected to gain traction is immigration reform. some conservatives even at the national press club they are now say
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